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-like conditions are driving up food prices for everyone. less than half the u.s. corn crop is in good condition. vegetables farmners wisconsin, cattle farmers in oklahoma. both says the heat will cause the food to rise. >> i've had to sell off capital assets, it's either 1t is that or watch the animals rise. >> the heat index will still be brutal in many nations. by monday there will be relief. temperatures in the 80s. but first more severe wet weather, rain, hale and winds that could reach near hurricane strength have put the mid-atlantic region alert. abc news, new york. >> tomorrow you may discover you are among tense ever thousandches internet users who will get knocked off the web. hackers planted what's called malware and made a fortune until the fbi arrested them. abc7 reports why the impact will be felt tomorrow who what you can do to make sure your computer doesn't get knocked off-line. >> hackers in estonia affected hundreds of computers worldwide. if you were infected, the men you tried to go to a website you will be direct today a malware site. >> this was malware that would either
to abc7 news, they tell us he will lose his right leg. zachary row was camping at the park when a 60-foot tree fell on his tent early wednesday morning. a close family friend described what happened next. >> zachary was saying things like, you know, my legs feel like jelly, they are restless, kind of rolling back and forth. we thought maybe he was just still half asleep. >> zachary suffered a crushed pelvis and doctors are worried about internal bleeding. zach was scheduled to start 7th grade in arizona in two weeks. all of that on hold as he recovers. >>> a warning going out to the elderly in san francisco. crooks may offer you spiritual help while helping themselves to your money. take a look at some video from a public service announcement from the san francisco police department warning people about this crime. police say strangers approached their target, usually elderly chinese women, and prey on their superstitions saying they are cursed or haunted, offering to remove the curse. victims say the new twist is that the suspects are touching them the entire time. >> some of these victi
not count on using bay shore boulevard for the next hour or two. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> a state senate committee is set to consider a bill today that would make party bus operators accountable for underaged drinking. assemblyman hill is introducing the measure named after the 19-year-old who got off a party bus two years ago and left to drive home with an alcohol level three times the legal limit. the teen was killed when he crashed his car. hill wants to require party bus operators who verify ahead of time if there are minors board and have adult super vision. many in the business say organizers of the parties should be held accountable. >>> a san francisco building inspection commissioner claims mayor lee committed perjury while testifying at the misconduct hearing involving ross mirkarimi. mayor lee told the ethics commission friday he had not consulted with the board of supervisors before charging mirkarimi with misconduct. the examiner reports, during a break in the hearing building commissioner walker said supervisor told her the mayor had previously asked whether mirkarim
a score book to keep track. thanks for joining us i'm eric thomas. >> gentleman and i'm carolyn tyler, thank you for -- thank you for joining us. >>> prosecutors set to file formal charges in a few hours against 24-year-old james holmes, including a dozen first degree murder counts. he is, as you know, accused of killing 12 and injuring 60 at a move think theater for the showing of the new batman movie in aurora, colorado, 10 days ago. attorneys will argue for information about a notebook that he allegedly delivered to his psychiatrist. the defense contends it is privilegeed dr. -patient communication. legal analysts expect the case will be come dated by argument over holmes' sanity. >>> people in san francisco expressing their sorrow for the tragedy in colorado. members of jesse jackson's rainbow coalition held a prayer vigil outside a theater. >> this assault weapon issue is something we need to bring back to the take revising of the ban on assault weapons is something that should be considered. we understand the second amendment and right to bear arms assault weapon is a different
ashley is among the speakers. the walk begins at ten. abc7 news reporter nick smith will bring us live reports from golden gate park beginning at 6:00. >>> later today we pay learn the name of the man wanted by ben asia police for shooting at an officer at a traffic stop. around 11:30 police called off their lengthy search but they think they know who they are looking for. it happened around 6:30 last night in benicia. the officer realized she stopped a stolen car out of napa just as the suspect opened fire. now here's what her patrol car looked like afterwards. see all the bullet holes in the windshield. she was not hit but returned fire and the suspect sped off, later abandoning the car. that triggered a massive police search of the area around columbus parkway. the man is still at large this morning, considered armed and dangerous. >>> we are assuming he's armed obviously because he shot at the officer. however, since he's fled, and has not been located, we don't know if he still has the gun in his possession or if he got rid of it. >> a woman and child left behind in the stolen car
>>> thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. an early morning accident has sent several people to the hospital. all of them were under the age of 18. >> amy hollyfield has arrived on the scene. >> reporter: we just got here and i've got to show you this car it is still here. it is really mangled. six teenagers inside that car. basing -- it is facing the wrong way that road travels the other direction than that car is facing. it did hit a tree. all six inside were taken to the hospital and they are all under the age of 18. i asked the officers if they suspect speed or alcohol or drugs were factors? they say it is too early to say. they did point out this is a single vehicle accident, no indication that any other car was involved. this happened on island drive at robert davie, jr. here in alameda. this happened at about 1:45 this morning. a section of island drive is closed and it will be for a while. they are predicting until at least 10:00 this morning. the accident investigation team is on its way and has work to do. they are going to keep the section closed as
near mill creek road in mendocino county. a viewer of ukiah sent us this video. right now the fire is estimated at 400 acres and is 30% contained. no structures are threatened. the chp is investigating reports of a loud explosion before smoke was spotted. and reports of a man who was seen starting that fire by witnesses. >>> san francisco city officials predict tens of thousands of runners are going to participate in this morning's annual marathon. for the rest of us that means road closers. three lanes of the golden gate bridge will be closed from six to nine this morning and several city streets will also be closed for the runners. one of those is the embarcadero. that race begins shortly at 5:30 this morning near the ferry building and that's where it is also going to end. several booths have been set up along the route. >>> coming up next, we are learning more about suspected colorado theater shooter james holmes as he prepares to be formally charged in court tomorrow. and republican presidential candidate mitt romney meets with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu in jeru
>>> it is 5:00 on this tuesday, a hot one it is going to be thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. >>> it is going to be calm normally what we have under high pressure stagnant air is the reason why it gets so hot and why we have the poor air quality that's at least one good aspect of what is happening today the other well two out of three are poor. wealth of 90s north bay valleys, fremont palo alto into the santa clara valley. 80 oakland, 85 san mateo, 72 san francisco comfortable you want to escape the heat head to the coast 65 half moon bay. poorest air quality inland of the east bay and also the santa clara valleys where we will have the poor air quality even though all of us under a spare the air today. here's your traffic. >>> to help spare the air, mass transit system good way to go, all reporting no delays very quiet this morning, good start no delays right now at the bay bridge toll. roadwork in my next report. >>> east bay fire district says budget cuts moon it can no longer send unlimited help to the smaller departments next door so the central cont
believe police used too much force. >> i don't think they were trying to hurt him. i just don't know why when someone is asking for help that they end up like that. >> it's a very dangerous situation when you have someone threatening to harm themselves with a knife out in public and actually moves in an aggressive manner toward the officers. we think they showed great restraint in utilizing the devices they had rather than resorting to deadly force. >> and police are still investigating so we don't have all the facts in the case just yet. but again, the family just wondering if more could have been done, if they could have negotiated longer. in fact the data is going around the neighborhood where it happened and trying to find anyone who may have surveillance video of what happened. abc7 news. >> and they are reviewing surveillance video to determine what happened when a bicyclist was hit and killed by a dump truck yesterday. it happened in downtown berkeley in ban craft way near fulton street. police say the victim is a man in his 60s. investigate aretors say the driver of the dump truc
joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a look at the weather. in for lisa argen, our meteorologist frances dinglasan. >> hi, everyone. another souppy start as you see with the live start of the barely visible golden gate bridge. we will see some sunshine again. it is similar to questioned's conditions. we have the coastal drizzle, as well. the clouds will pull back. we will see sunnier conditions by lunchtime. should be more comfortable inland getting up to 78 degrees. sea breeze in the afternoon but a lot of sunshine for everybody. still partly cloudy along the coast. then an almost clear evening with temperatures in the low 60s to upper 70s by 7:00 tonight. lunchtime should be great. we have a lot of activities today and i'll have the accuweather seven-day forecast, including the 4th of july forecast coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, francis. it's now illegal for restaurants in california to serve foie gras or farmers to bruce the delicacy. it was driven in part by an abc7 news i-team investigation into animal cruelty that began in 2003. despite that controversy, ab
of used frying oil fell off of a truck and spilled 100 gallon's worth. cruc had to block the lanes as they used kitty littter to clean up the oil. >> for crews reached containment in a burning part of the foreof the. this is video of the fire breaking out. flames charred 385 acres, that is little more than half a square mile. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> i saw the fire in the back cround and firefightering forces. >> it is in your neighborhood. >> it is indeed. >> what is it going to be like out there. >> only one way to find out. >> welcome to tuesday. live doppler 7, is quiet. no clouds this morning. no drizzle. and it is warmer though. the peninsula is two degrees warmer than yesterday. and same thing with oakland and santa rosa and concord. 7 degrees warmer and antioch. and that puts us in the 50s and 60s. under sunny skies and in the 7 o'clock hour. temperatures in the mid-80s. upper 50s on the coast. you will be in the 60s by 4:00. near and around the bay near 90. pollen count today tree and rag weed on the mild side. and heat builds through tomorrow and h
>>> good morning it is thursday thank you for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. another spare the air day. does that mean another triple digit day? >> it means you may have to turn on your ac again but i may be comfortable you can come over. >> she is not boasting. >> she will probably help you with your electric bill also. [ laughing ] >> mid 90s 100 east bay valleys clear lake and cloverdale mid to upper 90s. north bay and south bay 80s, 70s and tight around the bay shore, 50s and 60s -- along the coast into san francisco, definite drop closer you get to the ocean today not going to be as hot. east bay valleys will have the poorest air quality today, everybody under a spare the air. >>> live shot bay bridge toll, earlier cars waiting for the carpooling to open zipped through, still a stall there reported towards treasure island blocking right lane. westbound 80 traffic light now, no major problems on bay area freeways. mike was telling us about that fog along the coast across the golden gate bridge, limited visibility if you are driving pacifica, daly city and
>>> silt friday morning, thank you for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. investigators trying to figure out what caused a grass fire in presidio. a driver saw flames before 2 a.m. near the presidio golf course the fire was put out a short time later only 50 feet of grass burned. >>> a group that raised funds to keep a popular park open will demand donations be refunded after the discovery of tens of millions of dollars hidden in the state agency in charge of parks at a time when parks are being closed due to budget cuts. terry mcsweeney is live in san jose with the story. >> reporter: it was upsetting these groups, 54 million dollars has been found in the state parks' fund and it is looking like maybe none of it is going to save these parks scheduled foreclosure. take a look at pictures, some people are -- saying it is unbelievable the money wouldn't be going for parks slated foreclosure. henry hill park was on the hit list until a fund stepped in and raised 27 -- $279,000, privately raised a promise from the group to raise the same amount for the next tw
>>> good morning i'm kristen sze, thanks for joining us. eric thomas is off this morning. >>> we begin with the deadly theater shootings. the man accused makes his first court appearance a few hours from now, 12 killed, 58 injured. rebecca stevens has more from aurora, colorado. >> reporter: holmes won't be charged today prosecutors have three days to file the charges at least 71, one for each victim and probably more. 12 died and several others were hospitalized in critical condition when the gunman opened fire in a crowded movie theater, showing the latest batman movie. holmes could face a competency evaluation. meanwhile, for the first time seeing and hearing the suspect james holmes in exclusive video obtained by abc news. it is holmes, just after his high school graduation making a presentation at science camp. >> super power and let 'em have more fun. >> reporter: the suspect is not cooperating with authorities and is in solitary. last night the people of aurora heard first from president obama who spent more than two hours with the victims and their families. >> the presid
still developing this morning after 24 hours after the one of the worst massecres in u.s. history. but this is not over yet. right now police are taking look at his booby trapped apartment. here's rebecca steens. >> as the sun comes up over aurara, colorado, 30 people are still in the hospital and some still in critical condition. police are looking at not one, but two crime scenes. >> a crowd gathered for an impromptu prayer after one of the worst u.s. massecres in u.s. history. a day that started innocently at the screening of the new batman film. halfway into the movie hundreds fled the carnage inside. a state of shock and bleeding from bullet holes. >> oh, my god! >> known had any inkling of the horrors to come. the lone gunman, 24-year-old james holmes, watched the film like everyone else until he got up and used his cell phone. then he slipped through an exit door to get an arsenal of weapons from his car. holmes went back inside to the front of the theater and hurled two green canisters. >> they started hissing and smoke everywhere, and then by the time i turned the corner
are using to keep an eye on things and occasionally spraying water. abc7 news was first on the scene of this fire we've been covering it all morning and we were the only crew to capture this video. you can see how severe the flames were. firefighters say when they arrived the home was almost fully engulfed. the fire spread to the attic and was running wild it also spread to a tree out front. the home was vacant and under construction that is good news and bad news. good news because nobody was inside and nobody was hurt. bad news because when a home is unconstruction crews don't know what point of construct it is in so they don't know how far along the house is and that can pose a risk of collapse. that is something they are still dealing with now as we speak. >> right now, our safety officers cordoned off the front corner of the building because there is collapse potential. we make sure the firefighters know that. and we work with the safety officer to go in and give the hot spots where we can. just slows the process when you can't get right in. >> reporter: something that was worki
in aurora bringing us their story. >> the community of aurora is banding together. this message ever messages of hope, love and sorrow is the latest show of hope for the 12 people who died and those injured in the movie theater shooting as suspected shooter james holmes sits in jail. some of the people who lived throughout horror returned to the scene. >> i haven't been able to sleep. all of it has been going through my head. >> lisa tells me she was fortunate enough to get out of the theater not long after the theater began. >> he had a mask on and a bulletproof vest and a gun belt on him and one on his waste and took the one in his hand and started going off. >> her step dad used to live in cupertino so she had family in the area. they know century 16 is where she usually goes for big movie premieres. >> everybody was call off the hook because they know we live in the area. >> she came back for her car but didn't want to be there. two others did not return to the theater. >> it was just total chaos. it was total panic and total a chaos and it's kind of a blush. >> they live in san
for joining us on this friday i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. later this morning city officials will announce help is on the way for san jose's understaffed fire department. >> reporter: good morning. we are at the city's training center soon there will be more firefighters to train thanks to a federal grant and not a moment too soon. take a look at this video this is a fire that destroyed one home and damaged another in the berryessa neighborhood. the san jose fire department says the firefighting efforts were hampered because a second crew was not available because of cost-cutting brown-outs. this morning the city as well as the fire department going to announce an 8.6 million dollar grant the department is going to hire 27 new recruits. 19 just graduated in april. we have video that. their salaries being paid for with a grant. the money being put to good use here in san jose hiring additional 27 firefighters as of this morning. we expect that official announcement at 11. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> in l.a. authorities say at least 16 occupy protesters were arrested on vari
>>> it is wednesday, 5:01, good morning thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. when uc agents meet today they will discuss whether tuition will be frozen or increased by double digits. amy hollyfield is live at mission bay campus. regents will also be greeted by protesters. >> reporter: absolutely. it is becoming the norm except this time a little different they are planning on dressing up like zombies to signify the death of public education. that should be interesting. here's some file video of past meetings. they have a history after tracking protests this is the uc meeting in march. students have been protesting tuition hikes saying they can't handle any more increases. today the actions are not expected to be all bad. they are planning to freeze tuition for undergraduates and endorse the governor's tax initiative which will be on the note of ballot if voters approve that plan uc's budget would increase by 125 million dollars. if it fails they would face cuts of 250 million tuition could go up 20%. regents will be pushing that tax initiative. bad news for s
for joining us, i'm eric thomas. >> kristen: i'm kristen sze. let's begin with breaking news. this is a live picture where police are searching for two home invasion burglary suspects in sunnyvale. these are live pictures from the scene. you can see the canine units. police have closed off the area bordered bypass toria avenue and waverly avenue and they are also telling us that the suspects were spotted by an officer as they ran off. police called in outside help including other units, police search dogs as you can see from santa clara, mountain view and los altos police department. we'll continue to follow the situation and online at abc7news.com. >> eric: other big story this morning, threatening disruption to san francisco muni service due to happen in about an hour due to a planned protest of a fatal shooting. amy hollyfield is live at church and market with more. >> reporter: muni is running right now but if you are planning to take it this morning you wanted to check back in with us before you leave the house because they are hoping to shut down the service this morning. they want to
and bottle rockets. they used software that can tell the difference between fireworks and gunshots. police say it was a priority. >>> fireworks may be to blame for two small fires in the bay area. in milpitas firefighters were on the roof of a strip mall. the fire broke out on the roof of a fast food restaurant before 8:00. according to police there were reports of fireworks in that area. firefighters keeping watch on a brushfire in san francisco. no homes were threatened. the fire generated smoke. fires are looking at illegal fireworks as one possibility. >>> back to work this morning for president obama and the man who wants to replace him in the white house. the president starts a campaign bus tour while mitt romney refines his message about the supreme court ruling on obamacare. katie marzullo with more. >> reporter: president obama is campaigning in two states starting today, mitt romney has two republican governors possible vp con tenders hot on the president's trail. president obama will be on the bus two days several spots in ohio and pennsylvania defending his economic policies an
>>> 5:01 on this thursday morning, thanks for joining us i'm eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze. a fight to stay alive. a boy hit by a fallen tree while camping is in critical condition. officials will be looking into tree inspection records at memorial park. amy hollyfield is at the hospital in palo alto. >> reporter: good morning. our media partner the mercury news is reporting that this 12-year-old has a crushed pelvis and he's in critical condition. also reporting he is from arizona but he used to live here in the bay area. this happened wednesday morning, a tree fell on his tent it was about 5:00 yesterday morning. he was in his tent with another 12-year-old boy, a relative. the trip is an annual weeklong family gathering. they were in campsite d-1 at memorial park. campers heard a loud crack followed by screams. >> it was a oak tree, 15 to 20 inches in diameter, 50 to 60 feet tall. there was no wind conditions that contributed to this. >> reporter: the other boy was scraped and bruised but he's okay. investigators say the fallen tree has obvious signs of brown cubicle rot
sweeney in for eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze thanks for joining us this morning san jose crews begin cleaning out a homeless encampment in kelly park after suspicious fires. katie marzullo is live at the park with more. >> reporter:ed this saturday the city's has given homeless who live in this park until 7 a.m. to clear out and leave if not they could face citations of passing and potential criminal prosecution. monday the city posted fliers with warnings to that. crews will be coming through at 9 a.m. and clear out anyone who has not cleared out. the city is worried about environmental issues and pollution also fire. kelly park has seen at least seven fires in the past two weeks. small grass fires that have not done any damage to homes and nobody has been hurt. still, they are dangerous. the city is not blaming the homeless people for starting the fires. still, they are news about the fires and need to put any kind of cooking or heat supplies that happening in the park. it should come as a relief to neighbors who are worried about the homeless camps in the park because they are the fires ha
thursday have not changed. >>> san francisco commuters using popular muni lines will have to find other ways to get around this weekend. that's bus construction has shut down then enjuda. and on church between reservoir and 14th. there will be three more weekend shutdowns this summer. it's part of a project to replace old rail ways carrying the light rail karstens across the city. >> half the nation remains in the clutches of an intense heat wave. excessive heat warning are in effect in 26 state from kansas to new york. in tennessee two people were killed in the smoky mountains yesterday, 17,000 lost power and the chicago the third consecutive days of triple digit temperatures. there have been six heat related deaths nationwide. and 124,000 poem have been without power for an entire week. what would you miss most about electricity if you had no power for an entire week. >> oh, wow, my coffee maker? >> that the the first thing that comes to mind on this show. >> he was in that heat with the heat indic. was about 111. >> really? >> yeah, in hilton head. >> good to be back? >> the high hum
batman movie. it may not be overyet. katie marzullo joins us live from the breaking news center. >> reporter: several new updates within this half hour. first, authorities still believe the shooter act add loan that he does not have ties to domestic or international terrorism. this was potentially his car found at ter police looking through for any explosives. they might have found an explosive inside the theater. at his apartment complex he claimed to have explosives. as for the shooting 14 are dead, that number may have been downgraded to 12. that is still developing. 10 people died at the theater at least and then more at the hospital. the youngest victim here's an update, before we thought wait as a 6-year-old authorities are reporting a three-month-old was the youngest victim killed or wounded, not sure at this hour. 50 people were wounded some treated for gunshot wounds others for tear gascon tam nation. the man walked in, didn't say a word opened fire after releasing some kind of canister, a witness describes what he experienced in the theater. >> took me a second to real
>>> 5 a.m. on this wednesday morning thank you for joining us i'm eric thomas. >>> i'm kristen sze. vallejo firefighters had a busy night as they battled two fires. one damaged a home, the other a strip mall. amy hollyfield is live at the mall. >> reporter: one fire engine pulled up to this fire here that's all they had left and the captain said he a feeling that he had never experienced before. everyone else was at this fire here are the pictures an old victorian was on fire that had been under renovation. fires say that style of construction is one of the toughest to deal with. everyone was busy on that one when the call came in 15 minutes later for a second fire. the peace baptist church on sonoma boulevard was on fire in a strip mall it could easily spread. they had only one engine left to send. >> very taxing to have two fires going at the same time. initially, we are used to arriving with back-up right near us and with this one we had to adjust. it was kind of unusual for me. i've been doing this for a long time it is not a normal thing. >> reporter: mutual aid showed up they
for -- [ inaudible ] >>> thanks for joining us on this independence day i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. i'm not sure what the is going to be like for the fireworks. >> the guy who is sure is meteorologist mike nicco. >>> good morning. all about timing 3:00 this afternoon everything is going to be fine around the bay. unfortunately, we are going see clouds cling tkoets for the better part of the morning into the -- cling to the coast for the better part of the morning into the evening hours. san francisco fireworks begin at 9:30, 6:30 we start to see clouds push back through the golden gate you can see them over taking the bay area by 9:30 the fog rolled in ceiling four to six hundred feet, temperatures 58 dropping to 55, thin layer of fog. it will be thin don't let it keep you from coming in town. let's talk to sue. >>> there's going to be traffic implications around the embarcadero polk street having an independent celebration. right now light from hayward towards foster city on the san mateo bridge taillights, brake lights up the highrise over into san mateo no real problems here 80 wes
the windshield wipers for better part of way into work. most of us will have to do that. you'll know quickly this morning. this will lay a nice film of moisture on the ground. drizzle just about everywhere this morning. the apparent low is still to the north and pumped out 19 lightning strikes over the past hour. this low is going to sit here and spin and wobble it's a way down to the south around mendocino county. chance of showers in the north bay this afternoon. if you are leaving right now, it is wet outside. >> so far so good but moisture on the road. wind shield wipe ears must this morning. macarthur maze, 580 to the bay bridge toll plaza, no problems but the fog is on the deck at bay bridge so it could be sl stlik. san rafael, lucas valley road is moving well at this hour. still a problem in the 205 westbound, at grant line, an accident on the shoulder there. >> kristen: this morning a new ceo reports to work at yahoo to try to turn things around. her name is well known in silicon valley but what is not so well known and just becoming public is something that will affect her in the mo
>>> thank you for joining us i'm eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze. major step today by bay area transit system toward keeping trains and passengers on time. katie marzullo has details. >> reporter: right now, commuters would see a message board like this. it doesn't say much just the date and time, when you depend on public transportation there is no greater gift than accurate information. so, as of this morning, caltrain is going to be testing a new system. it will tell new real-time, if your train is on time or late, arriving and departing. it is going to be based on gps, which is already on the trains. both electronic messages will tell you whether your train is on time or late. also, a public announcement. right now some stations only have the public announcement. other stations have nothing. we talked with some of the commuters this morning. they say it sounds promising. >> connections, from the train is an issue. i'm like 5 or 10 minutes late for that connection which makes me late for work. having the gps and that time ahead of time would be wonderful. >> message board is
news viewer needs your help to recover his stolen special use van similar to this, white ford e-1 if the -- ford e-150 for a -- last friday he noticed his van was missing outside his apartment in south san francisco he just wants it back, no questions asked. >> just return the van. i just need my van to get around. get some independence back that i lost when i suffered my spinal cord injure rip. >> he is a recent grad with with it of san francisco state with a degree in psychology. he said that van gogh him to and from school. >>> richmond residents will -- plans call for a two million square foot complex on the southern shoreline similar to the lawrence livermore lab. the facility will house 800 scientists researching bioscience, cancer, bioenergy and other cutting-edge work due to open in 2016. >>> tomorrow governor brown is scheduled to unveil his plans to build two giant tunnels that would carry water from the sacramento river to tracy for delivery to southern california. the 14 billion dollar plan could reopen wounds from 1982 when voters rejected plans to build a canal to do
>>> thanks for joining us i'm kristen sze. >>> and i'm katie marzullo in for eric thomas. update on news in petaluma. a 16-year-old american canyon teenager died in the deadly hit-and-run crash early this morning. the chp says the driver of the truck he collided with left the scene of the crash and may be injured. we told but this at 4:30. the crash happened at lakeville road and old lakeville road after midnight. officers immediately found the teenaged driver dead at the scene they are talking to witnesses about the second driver, hoping to get some sort of description. >>> dark battle over the painter of light. this morning the wife and widow of the late american artist thomas kincade will face off in court to see who gets to control the vast fortune he left. amy hollyfield is live at the courthouse in san jose. >> reporter: a judge will have to decide between the girlfriend and estranged wife. there's a lot at stake. his estate was worth 60 million dollars. amy pinto claims she and thomas kincade were deeply in love and they planned to get married and that he left her millions
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